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EXPERIMENTS IN MECHANICS OF SOLIDS

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AuthorB. M. Raval
Pages184
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ISBN9789380358321
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EXPERIMENTS IN MECHANICS OF SOLIDSB. M. RavalEdition : 1st Edition ISBN : 9789380358321 Size : 170 mm × 240 mm Binding : Paperback Pages : 172 + 12 = 184` 65.00ABOUT THE BOOKThis book presents the clear understanding of the principles underlying Laboratory Experiments in Mechanics of Solids or Strength of Materials. Keeping in view the development of observation power, principles of mechanics of materials, standards and specifications, method of reporting the results and method of investigations as well as other basic experiments, the subject matter of the book is framed. Instruction to teachers, model assessment sheet, assignments and model slips for practical examination are given at the end of each chapter. Some of the models developed by the author are also discussed to inspire the readers to work in the same direction. IS: Index given at the end of each chapter is an additional information provided to study the experiment in detail. With all the above salient features, this unique and invaluable book will be extremely useful to the Engineering students preparing for the Degree Examinations of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering of all the Indian Universities. The book will be equally useful to the Polytechnic students and also to the candidates reading for the A.M.I.E. Examinations conducted by the Board of Technical Education Examinations. The Engineers connected with the “Laboratory Testing’ would also find this book most useful.CONTENT1 : IMPORTANCE OF LABORATORY TESTS 2 : LABORATORY MACHINES 3 : TENSION TEST 4 : COMPRESSION TEST 5 : TORSION TEST 6 : TRANSVERSE TEST 7 : IMPACT TEST 8 : HARDNESS TEST 9 : FATIGUE TEST 10 : BEND TEST 11 : SOME EXPERIMENTS USING E.S.A. TECHNIQUE 12 : MECHANICAL EXTENSOMETERS 13 : PRESENTATION OF REPORT 14 : PLANNING A STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY 15 : Some WORKING MODELS IN EXPERIMENTAL MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 16 : OBJECTIVE EXPERIMENTS Appendices READING REFERENCES SUBJECT INDEXEXPERIMENTS IN MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Detailed ContentsChapter 1 IMPORTANCE OF LABORATORY TESTS 1-1 General 1-2 Importance of testing 1-3 Short explanation of mechanical properties of materials 1-4 Important factors 1-5 Types of tests 1-6 Test design 1-7 Specimen 1-8 Testing 1-9 Specification and standards 1-10 Testing machines 1-11 Classification of properties of engineering materials 1-12 Laboratory exercises 1-13 General laboratory testing 1-14 Purpose of different tests 1-15 Use of structural materials 1-16 Course of study Chapter 2 LABORATORY MACHINES 2-1 Instruction 2-2 Single lever testing machines 2-3 Static testing machines 2-3-1 Universal testing machine 2-3-2 Torsion testing machine 2-4 Calibration of testing machines 2-5 Procedure for calibration of testing machine 2-6 Common instruments for dimension of a specimen measurement Chapter 3 TENSION TEST 3-1 Tension test 3-2 Important terms in tension test 3-2-1 Gage length (Lo) 3-2-2 Extension or elongation (dL) 3-2-3 Stress (s) 3-2-4 Strain (Î) 3-2-5 Modulus or elasticity (E) 3-2-6 Yield stress (fy) 3-2-7 Permanent set 3-2-8 Tensile strength 3-2-9 Percentage elongation 3-2-10 Percentage reduction in area 3-3 Procedure for tension test 3-4 Reporting of results 3-5 Discussion 3-6 Observations 3-7 Calculation 3-8 True stress and true strain 3-9 For teachers 3-10 Model assessment sheet 3-11 Assignments to determine mechanical properties in tension test 3-12 Assignments for practice 3-13 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 4 COMPRESSION TEST 4-1 Compression test 4-2 Specimen 4-3 Test procedure 4-4 Reporting of results 4-5 Discussion 4-6 For teachers 4-7 Model assessment sheet 4-8 Assignments to determine mechanical properties in compression test 4-9 Assignment for practice 4-10 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 5 TORSION TEST 5-1 Torsion test 5-2 Specimen 5-3 Torsion testing machine 5-4 Test procedure 5-5 For teachers 5-6 Model assessment sheet 5-7 Assignment to determine mechanical properties in torsion test 5-8 Assignment for practice 5-9 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 6 TRANSVERSE TEST 6-1 Transverse test 6-2 Specimen 6-3 Supports and loading 6-4 Important point 6-5 Test procedure 6-6 Observation 6-7 For teachers 6-8 Model assessment sheet 6-9 Assignments to determine mechanical properties in transverse test 6-10 Assignment for practice 6-11 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 7 IMPACT TEST 7-1 Impact test 7-2 Principle of impact test 7-3 Types of impact test and specimen 7-4 Procedure for test 7-5 For teachers 7-6 Model assessment sheet 7-7 Assignments to determine mechanical properties in impact test 7-8 Assignment for practice 7-9 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 8 HARDNESS TEST 8-1 Hardness test 8-2 Types of test 8-3 Brinell hardness test 8-3-1 Specimen for test 8-3-2 Principle of test 8-3-3 Procedure for test 8-4 Precautions 8-5 Rockwell test 8-5-1 Procedure for rockwell test 8-6 Observation (Report) 8-7 For teachers 8-8 Model assessment sheet 8-9 Model assignment slips for practical examination Chapter 9 FATIGUE TEST 9-1 Fatigue test 9-2 Types of stress employed in fatigue test 9-3 Reverse bending type fatigue test 9-4 Procedure 9-5 For teachers 9-6 Model assessment sheet 9-7 Assignment on fatigue test 9-8 Assignment for practice Chapter 10 BEND TEST 10-1 Bend test 10-2 Specimen preparation 10-3 Method of test 10-4 Machine used for bend test 10-5 For teachers 10-6 Model assessment sheet Chapter 11 SOME EXPERIMENTS USING E.S.A. TECHNIQUE 11-1 Introduction and experiments 11-2 For teachers Chapter 12 MECHANICAL EXTENSOMETERS 12-1 Introduction 12-2 Types of extensometers 12-3 For teachers Chapter 13 PRESENTATION OF REPORT 13-1 Presentation of report 13-2 Front page or cover page 13-3 Other pages 13-4 Special coverage 13-5 Final submission 13-6 For teachers Chapter 14 PLANNING A STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LABORATORY 14-1 Planning of laboratory 14-2 Equipments required for the laboratory 14-3 Furniture and other requirements Chapter 15 WORKING MODELS IN EXPERIMENTAL MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 15-1 Introduction 15-2 Model for column buckling concept 15-3 Model for concept of stability 15-4 Model for concept of elongation 15-5 Bracket connection 15-6 Model for influence diagram for bending moment 15-7 Model for strain energy concept due to suddenly applied load 15-8 Working model: springs in parallel 15-9 Torsion test Chapter 16 OBJECTIVE EXPERIMENTS 16-1 Introduction 16-2 Tension test 16-3 Compression test 16-4 Torsion test 16-5 Impact test 16-6 Transverse test 16-7 Hardness test 16-8 Test on compound spring 16-9 Fatigue test 16-10 General questions Appendices: A Some useful Indian Standards for physical tests B Elastic constant, Rankine’s constant for different Materials C Typical properties of material used in engineering D Formula useful in material testing E Loading arrangement on beam for transverse test F Some useful information about SI unit G Symbolic use of some useful Greek alphabet

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